Click to enlarge1992 Topps Atlanta Braves Baseball Card Team Set

The 1992 Topps Atlanta Braves MLB Team Set contains 34 Braves baseball cards including Star Players like Tom Glavine, Deion Sanders, John Smoltz, Terry Pendleton, Ron Gant and David Justice. All cards in the set are listed below.

25 Ron Gant - 26 Mike Bielecki - 39 Greg Olson - 49 Damon Berryhill - 53 Tommy Gregg - 68 Marvin Freeman - 80 David Justice - 99 Jeff Treadway - 115 Terry Pendleton - 152 Charlie Leibrandt - 172 Juan Berenguer - 199 Jeff Blauser - 226 Pete Smith - 245 John Smoltz - 279 Jim Clancy - 305 Tom Glavine - 337 Alejandro Pena - 340 Otis Nixon - 367 Rafael Belliard - 391 Ron Gant AS - 395 Tom Glavine AS - 467 Lonnie Smith - 489 Bobby Cox - 512 Mike Heath - 542 Keith Mitchell - 574 Steve Avery - 596 Kent Mercker - 611 Brian Hunter - 631 Armando Reynoso - 645 Deion Sanders - 689 Mark Lemke - 703 Mark Wohlers - 770 Sid Bream - 788 Mike Stanton

Note: Chipper Jones is not included in this team set because he is pictured on a Prospects card along with players from other teams. The Prospects sets are sold separately.

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Click to enlarge1992 Topps Top Prospects Set - Including Chipper Jones CardThese are the 4 player Per Card Prospects Set from the 1992 regular issue Topps Set. This Set includes Star Players like Chipper Jones and Jeromy Burnitz Plus Rookie Cards like Brad Ausmus, John Jara, Lee Tinsley and Pat Mahomes.


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